Browsing posts tagged with: TraceView

Per-Host Breakdown and Filtering in TraceView
October 1, 2014 by

Performance Monitoring

You have twenty nodes in your ASG and your health checks say they’re all fine – so why are 1/20th of your users seeing white screens?  We’ve just added per-host data breakdown and filtering to TraceView to make it easier than ever to answer that type of question (and more)! We’ve added a Hosts data
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Attention TraceView Apt Repository Users: GPG Key Expiry
September 29, 2014 by

Company News

On Sunday September 28th 2014 the GPG key for our Apt repo data expired. This affects users of Debian, Ubuntu, and other Apt-using systems. This is the key for the package version info and metadata provided by the repo to your favorite package manager, not the key with which all our packages themselves are signed.
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AppNeta Response to “Shell Shock” Bash Vulnerability
September 25, 2014 by

Company News

[UPDATE Thursday September 25th 2014 23:59 ET] This is a progress update to notify all users that remote Appliance patching is underway. Once completed the Appliance build should read 7.9.0.11818 or greater. IMPORTANT: For those Appliances with Upgrade Type set to Manual or Scheduled, you must upgrade yourself to ensure protection from this vulnerability [UPDATE Thursday
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Introducing TraceView for Node.js Applications
September 10, 2014 by

Performance Monitoring

Today, we’re expanding the diversity of application environments TraceView supports by bringing node.js support out of private beta to general availability.  AppNeta provides full-stack monitoring designed to cover critical production environments and all their moving parts, so it’s exciting to be able to support even more diverse and heterogeneous environments. Support for http-server, http-client, mongodb
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Apdex Updates: Synthetic Apdex, Geographic Apdex, and Errors as Fails

Performance Monitoring

Since we released Apdex in April, we’ve been tossing around ideas to improve and extend our support of Apdex.  You might have noticed that last week we introduced a few big changes: “Synthetic Apdex” — separate Apdex scoring for AppView monitoring performance, to better compare synthetic vs RUM experience Experience filters — easy drill down on requests
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Designing Babel: Leveraging Polyglot Architectures
September 9, 2014 by

Performance Monitoring

The story of the Tower of Babel is one of western civilization’s earliest cautionary tales. Encoded in its telling, we find the earliest known argument against polyglot architectures. The plethora of languages, the argument states, impedes productivity and detracts from the oneness of the people. In fact, there’s very little argument against polyglot programming or
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Full Stack Load Testing in Boston
August 28, 2014 by

Performance Monitoring

We had a great turn-out last night at the Boston Web Performance Meetup, where we talked about full stack load testing. Performance testing is funny, because unlike a lot of correctness testing, it frequently relies on having a full replica of production, with production level data, servers, and more. The inspiration for this talk was
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JRuby: Performance Plus the Whole Java World on a Silver Platter
August 21, 2014 by

Performance Monitoring

We’re happy to announce that we just recently released our first java platform gem with JRuby instrumentation for AppNeta Traceview. It’s been exciting and at times a bit challenging but we’re very happy to now offer full JRuby support for application performance monitoring. We found JRuby to be very interesting. You have this hard-core team
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Slow Your Role: ChatOps Access Control
August 20, 2014 by

Performance Monitoring

ChatOps is a growing trend in the DevOps world, where one can monitor and control infrastructure and operations from the convenience of a chat room. From building Jenkins jobs to executing Fabric tasks, the possibilities are endless thanks to Hubot and it’s constantly growing script ecosystem. One of the controversial tenets of ChatOps is the
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S3 PUT Slowdown and Internal Timeouts

Performance Monitoring

Last night, the TraceView processing timeline experienced a minor disruption, resulting in slightly slower processing times for some customers. By and large, this issue wasn’t noticeable in any of the dashboards, and no data was lost. The incident did, however, give us an interesting look into how Amazon handles S3 load issues from a performance
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